2020-2023: Health and Care Research Wales (Research Development Infrastucture); Gambling Research, Evaluation and Treatment (GREAT) Wales Network. Dymond, S. (PI). £75,000
2020-2021: RAF Benevolent Fund; Understanding the nature and extent of gambling related harm among the RAF community. Dymond, S. (PI); £52,000
2020-2022: GambleAware; CONGAM: A Scoping and Feasibility Study of adding Contingency Management to Psychosocial Interventions for Disordered Gambling. Dymond, S., Hoon, A.E (Co-PIs), Bowden-Jones, H., & Christensen, D. £110,589.
2019: GambleAware; Gambling related-harm and suicide in the UK. Dymond, S., & John, A (co-PIs). £22,000 (jointly funded project with Wardle, H., & McManus, S.)
2018-2021: Forces in Mind Trust; Gambling Participation, Financial Management and Healthcare Costs in ex-Service Personnel. Dymond, S. (PI), Rees-Larcombe, J., Fossey, M., Kitchiner, N., Hogan, L, & Rogers, R., Amour, C., & Kosnes, L. £279,503.
2017: Swansea University Research Grant Enabler (SURGE); Bid Development: The First Survey of Gambling Disorder Among Serving and Ex-Serving Members of the UK Armed Forces; £5,500
2016-2017: Forces in Mind Trust; Gambling Behaviour among post-National Service Veterans: Preliminary Evidence from the 2007 Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey of England (FiMT16/0202S); Dymond (PI), Kitchiner, Fossey, Rogers and Hogan (CIs); £39,478
2016-2019: Responsible Gambling Trust, PhD Studentship, Gambling on Civvy Street: Assessing the Impact of Gambling-related Problems on UK Armed Forces Veterans and Their Families; £60,000.
2016-2017: National Center for Responsible Gaming; Neurochemistry of cognitive control in gambling vulnerability. Dymond (PI) and Boy (CI); $35,000
2015-2016: European Brief Therapy Association, A pilot study of brief therapy for reducing overgeneralization of fear through solution-focused discrimination training. Lommen (PI) and Dymond (CI); €3500
2013-2015: Autism Speaks Pilot Treatment Grant (#8049), Emergent communication skills of nonverbal children with autism facilitated by relational responding. Dymond (PI), Rehfeldt (CI), & Whelan (CI); $116,085 (£80,375)
2011-2012: BIAL Foundation Scientific Research Grant (106/10), Mapping the psychophysiology of anxiety using virtual reality. Dymond (PI), Newton (CI) and Roche (CI); €41,000
2009-2011: BIAL Foundation Scientific Research Grant (78-06), ERP correlates of relational learning II: Testing a behavioural model of visual-visual and auditory-visual priming. Dymond (PI); €33,538
2008-2011: Wales Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (WICN) Program Grant (WBCS047), Neural correlates of problem gambling: A combined MEG and fMRI investigation. Dymond (PI), Lawrence, N. (CI), Hinton (CI), Cox (CI), Yuen (CI), Hoon (CI), and Dixon (CI); £37,343.
2007-2008: Wales Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (WICN) Research Grant, ERP correlates of emotion-based learning. Dymond (PI) and Turnbull (CI); £3,000
2007-2008: Wales Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (WICN) Research Grant (WCS009), Neural correlates of relational reasoning. Dymond (PI), Hinton (CI), von Hecker (CI), and Whelan (CI); £8,190
2007-2009: BIAL Foundation Scientific Research Grant (78-06), ERP correlates of relational learning: Testing a behavioural model of word webs. Dymond (PI) and Fields (CI); €47,000
2005-2007: The British Academy Small Grants Scheme (SG42246), The flexible use of emotion in decision-making. Dymond (PI) and Turnbull (CI); £7,480